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 11-16-2003, 05:21 Post: 68877
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Looking for comments on mowing with a 7500 hst.
I have about 2+ acs. Maybe 3 when I'm done.
About 1ac. with trees well spaced. Wide open around
house and remainder of land.
Just got my first tractor and not familiar with MMM or
RFM. I like the ease of the 3pth, But,not sure how they
mow? I am also trying to solve my leaf issue. Will a RFM
mulch very well? I know I can get a bagger for the MMM.
But I was hoping I could just mulch.I'm not trying to create
the perfect lawn,just want more time in the camper.
Very happy so far with the Kubota,can't wait for a big Snow!








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 11-16-2003, 14:16 Post: 68918
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Get the 60" midmount and you won't regret it!






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 11-17-2003, 03:48 Post: 68942
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Art, could you elaborate?
I'll need the loader to fill a lot
of uneven groung my first year.6-8 "
variations in the ground I want to mow.
Can I leave the deck on while moving loam?
As far as a MMM, what kind of job will it do
mulching without the bagger? Can I put double
blades on it? What does it take to take it off
and on?
The John deere dealer was bad mouthing the implement
change over time of the Kubota.
Thanks for your help!






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 11-17-2003, 05:41 Post: 68944
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Grinder you can lock the deck up so you could still use a box blade with the mower on. The deck is about a 2 minute removal and a 5 minute install without doing them in multiples daily. To be doing grading I would think you would want it removed but one customer I have goes across a small stream and thru his woods which is getting to be a pretty nice area at this point as he is thinking about mowing it this coming year or at least an acre of it that he has opened up. If you are going to be grading daily, mowing weekly, I would be removing the deck. From the mid mount you can close off the discharge chute, or you could vacuum. I'm unsure if gator blades are available yet for that machine.






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 11-17-2003, 16:39 Post: 68975
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Thank you for your response. Seems like you offer alot
of help to alot of people,nice of you to share your knowledge.
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 11-17-2003, 19:07 Post: 68981
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Grinder, one of these days you may just find yourself in central NY if you ever need to warm up a little! Then we can talk tractors face to face!






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 11-20-2003, 05:43 Post: 69155
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thanks for the invite, I do want to take my six year old to Niagra Falls.What part of the state are you located?Winter Not much Winter here yet,50's and rain.
My wife has that little smirk,You know the one they get. after I just spent all that money for a (toy) tractor and blower.






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 11-20-2003, 07:03 Post: 69162
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I'm about 20 minutes south of the thruway from Utica, or if you are familiar with our senic Rt 20 the store I spend the most amount of time at is our Sangerfield or Waterville. Yesterday it was in the 60's here, went to a snowmobile club board meeting last nite, I think it was just to tease everyone. You aren't that far away I believe as my wife just came back from Maine from a two (long) day shopping trip. She had a glow on when she walked in!






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 11-21-2003, 05:33 Post: 69217
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You didn't go to one of them "Outlet Stores" did ya?
Those are for people from "Jooyssey"
It's a joke up here, they add OUTLET to the sign and
charge more, But the herd keeps coming!
Gotta admit ,been to a few myself.






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That's my wife's thing, she does work her own self and I think she enjoys her time with the girls. I think they call it power shopping? She normally is a pretty good shopper but I think it is cheaper to stay here and just look for the bargins. She did give me a long list of what not to buy her for xmas and didn't give me too long of a list get her, do you think she's trying to tell me something? In the past she had been going down to PA for the big event same senario as Kittering.






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